Dynamism

Dynamism,

Definition of Dynamism:

  1. The quality of being characterized by vigorous activity and progress.

  2. The theory that phenomena of matter or mind are due to the action of forces rather than to motion or matter.

  3. Belief that all phenomenon can be explained in terms of interaction of different forces.

  4. Sum total of a persons motivations expressed in his or her behavior or personality.

Synonyms of Dynamism

Adventuresomeness, Adventurousness, Aggression, Aggressiveness, Ambitiousness, Demonic energy, Drive, Energy, Enterprise, Enterprisingness, Ergal, Force, Forcefulness, Get-up-and-get, Get-up-and-go, Getup, Go, Go-ahead, Go-getting, Go-to-itiveness, Gumption, Hustle, Initiative, Intensity, Kinetic energy, Liveliness, Pep, Potency, Potential energy, Power, Push, Pushfulness, Pushiness, Pushingness, Spirit, Spiritedness, Spunk, Strength, Strenuousness, Up-and-comingness, Venturesomeness, Venturousness, Vigor, Vitality, Zip

How to use Dynamism in a sentence?

  1. I did not believe in dynamism because it attempted to explain everything and I think that some things cannot be explained.
  2. If you believe in the dynamism at work then you can look back and figure out where a mistake may have happened.
  3. The dynamism and strength of the economy.
  4. If you want to go back to the source of a problem you can follow it all the way through its dynamism to see where it happened.

Meaning of Dynamism & Dynamism Definition